We're expecting lots of rain here, making it the perfect day to hunker down in my studio and work on my next Studios magazine article. I'm putting together a version of Trohv's window display that I blogged about last month, only on a smaller scale so it is suitable for a creative work space's window.
While it rains buckets outside today, I'll be blasting my iTunes and drilling, painting and stringing hundreds of wooden tongue depressors. This artsy craftsy project reminds me of summer camp when we'd use Popsicle sticks to make picture frames, bowls, trivets and boxes.
When the weather is better next week, I'll hang these painted sticks from a rod in a sunny studio window creating a valence of sorts. Then I will take lots of photos and write my article so that I can hit my end-of-month deadline. Once the piece is published in the spring issue of Studios (which comes out in late winter), I'll be sure to share it with you.
Enjoy your Friday — and have a nice weekend!